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All The Haute Couture Looks You Need To See

Paris’ finest for Fall 2021.

Valentino

It’s haute couture week in Paris, which means it’s a chance to see the handiwork of some of the worlds’ most talented artisans. Expect over-the-top bridal looks, delicate embroidery, and plenty of feathers, sequins, and tulle.

Chanel

At Fendi, creative director Kim Jones looked to Rome as a source of inspiration for his second Haute Couture collection. Fendi
Couture is back at Balenciaga and Demna Gvasalia’s collection is an homage to the iconic house’s history.Balenciaga
Bright colors, bold textures, and playful silhouettes all made appearances on the runway at Valentino.Valentino
At Dior, models walked the runway in floaty dresses and cinched coats. Dior
Daniel Roseberry has made Schiaparelli a must-see collection season after season. The latest collection, titled ‘The Matador,’ is an ode to nostalgia.Schiaparelli
At Armani Prive, it was all about shine and shimmer by way of metallics, satin, and even sequins.Armani Prive
If you love evening glamour — furry coats, crystals, and tight silhouettes — Alexandre Vauthier is the collection that delivers.Alexandre Vauthier
At Chanel, painterly details and lighthearted colors inspired a sense of optimism. Chanel
Yuima Nakazato’s futuristic fashion collection was inspired by creating clothes inspired by sound.Yuima Nakazato
This season’s motto at Viktor & Rolf: everyone can be royalty.Viktor & Rolf
Pyer Moss’ first couture show highlighted the inventions of Black creatives. Cindy Ord/WireImage/Getty Images

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